Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Webinar Friday, March 21 - Plagiarism!

CCCOnline Training and Professional Development invites you to attend a webinar on everyone's (least) favorite subject... plagiarism!

The Four Ps: Proactive Preparation Prevents Plagairism
Objectives include.. Recognizing how Plagiarism is defined by CCCOnline and why our policies are only half the consideration; Locating and interpreting the policies for CCCOnline that relate to Plagiarism; Recognizing procedures for reporting infractions and communicating with stakeholders; Participation in an activity for identifying plagiarism and reflect on examples of plagiarism and consequences for students; Identifying and discussing resources to assist learners with good writing and scholarship; Discussing proactive strategies for designing activities to prevent plagiarism; and Discussing proactive methods to use in courses to teach about and prevent plagiarism. A handout will be provided as part of the session.

Who: Monica Falk, Sean Law, Jesse Stommel and Lisa Marie Johnson

When: Friday, March 21, 2008 .... 2:00 - 4:00 PM (MDT)

Where: Online via Elluminate! Participants may enter 30 minutes before the session begins. Use the link below to access the session.

Why... Why not? :^) ... Participation in this session counts as annual professional development credit for CCCOnline faculty. More importantly, you'll interact with fellow faculty and gain skills, perspectives, and understanding about plagiarism in CCCOnline courses.

See you there!
Lisa Marie Johnson

NOTE: If you are a new user of Elluminate, please go to ... and then through the steps for first time users. Once your computer is set-up, view the Participant Training Materials for Elluminate Version 8: ... If you are attending the live session, please prepare your computer to attend the session at least 1/2 hour in advance! All sessions begin promptly at 2:00PM MST, but participants can enter the session 30 minutes before to make sure your headsets/voice, speakers, and other features are working properly.

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